Diagnosis of bleeding disorders

  • M. Brozović

Abstract

Assessment of haemostasis is undertaken for diagnostic purposes under two sets of circumstances:
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    to diagnose and treat acute haemostatic failure

     
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    to investigate an individual with a suspected bleeding disorder.

     

Keywords

Catheter Urea Aspirin Heparin Warfarin 

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